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St Gregory C E VA Primary School
New Street, Sturminster Newton,DT10 1PZ
01258 820206

 St Gregory's prides itself on the number of clubs and extra-curricular activities available to the children. Activities this term include:

  • Cookery
  • Dance and Drama,
  • Football (boys and girls),
  • Gardening
  • Golf
  • High Fives,
  • Homework Club,
  • Hockey,
  • Parachute Games
  • Recorders,
  • Swimming
  • Touch typing
  • Wildlife,


For most of the year the uniform is grey skirt, tunic or trousers, green school sweatshirt, white or grey shirt or polo, white or grey socks or tights or bottle green tights, brown or black shoes. Summer dresses are green and white, either striped or checked. School sweatshirts (bottle green) can be purchased from the school office.

PE kit is black shorts, plain white sports shirt, white socks and plimsolls or trainers. Football boots are optional. We have our own swimming pool and your child will also need a swimming costume, towel and swimming hat during the summer term.

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Admissions Policy




This document sets out the policy of St Gregory’s Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School with respect to Admissions. For the purposes of this policy, the Governing Body of St Gregory’s Primary School is the admission authority.

Recognising its historic foundation, the school will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the churches at parish and diocesan level.

The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and

significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils. Parents have the right to withdraw their children from the daily Christian act of worship and from Religious Education.

Parents who wish their children to be admitted to the school should complete the application form that can be obtained from the school office.

Every year the governing body will review and publish information concerning the St Gregory’s Primary School admissions policy. This will confirm the maximum number of children to be admitted to the school as a whole, the Pupil Admissions Number (PAN), which is currently 24 in each year group, and explain how places will be allocated.

In accordance with government legislation, the governing body will consult with the Diocesan Board of Education, the Local Education Authority and other local schools in respect of the admissions policy.



The overriding aim of this policy is that it should work for the benefit of all children and

parents/guardians in our area. It should be simple to use and assist parents/guardians to take the best decisions on the preferred school for their children. It should contribute to improving

standards for all pupils.

The school aims to provide a place for all children whose address is within the designated area,

defined as being the area within the ecclesiastical boundaries of the parishes of Marnhull and Hinton St Mary (the area of benefit as defined in the school’s Trust Deed).


The address is the place where the child is permanently resident with his or her parent or parents or legal guardians. Where a child lives with parents with shared responsibility each part of the week, the "home address" will be considered to be the address of the person whose name is on the child benefit booklet. This may be a different address to that printed on the book itself. However parents should not assume that a place will automatically be allocated to their child.


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